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How to take gear box off?

I took all bolts off holding gear box to motor but still holding

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Gear Box Removal:
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Drain the gear box oil by removing the drain plug.

Here is the input for the speedometer cable drive. If the gear box is in the frame, you will need a 10 mm wrench to loosen the bolt holding the cable. Back the bolt out until you can pull the speedometer paddle drive free.
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If the gear box is on in the frame you will also need to remove the neutral switch wire with a 13 mm wrench and slotted screw driver to keep the adjustment screw from moving.
You can refer to the complete process here: http://myural.com/gearboxremoval&install.htm
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